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Don't Eat the Chocolate: Why Contemporary Worship Music is Dead, Dying, and Decaying

It’s become clear to me that contemporary worship music is dead, dying, and decaying. Think I’m wrong? I’m not. Here’s my proof (read it and weep. 567 more words


misterjoshuaray reblogged this on misterjoshuaray and commented:

Tongue firmly in cheek, here's a repost of a blog on 10 reasons Contemporary music is DEAD! Here's a sneak peek: "6. Repetition is never appealing These new song writers have never studied great compositions like the 'Hallelujah Chorus' or 'Psalm 107' to see how you don’t need to repeat phrases to emphasize something."

In Christ Alone, or the Scandal of the Invitation: Philippians 3:1-6

Today, for lack of a better term, we’ve got a doozie.

Let’s dive right in…Philippians 3:1-6:

3 Further, my brothers and sisters, rejoice in the Lord! 1,824 more words

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Hymns and Praise Choruses: What's the Difference?

Last week I came across this humorous story about an old man’s perspective on praise choruses and a young man’s perspective on hymns. It sounds like a lot of people I know on both sides of the story, so I thought I’d share. 527 more words

Hymns Are the Worst (Or are they?)

One of the more common complains Christians have about their church revolves around the type of music you’ll hear on a given Sunday there. The phrase “worship wars”–which by all rights… 554 more words